Mr Reilly Innes

Mr Reilly Innes

Casual Academic

School of Psychology

Career Summary


Reilly Innes is a postgraduate researcher in the School of Psychology. He graduated from the University of Newcastle with a bachelor of Psychology with first class honours and a faculty medal in 2016. Reilly's current research aims to investigate cognitive workload and capacity, specifically the measurement of cognitive workload and applications in the real world. 

Reilly has worked collaboratively with fellow postgraduate students Zachary Howard and Alexander Thorpe, as well as supervisors Professor Scott Brown and Associate Professor Ami Eidels on several projects. Furthermore, Reilly has worked on linkage projects with the RAAF, Airbus and Hensoldt in the area of human factors which aim to apply cognitive workload research in order to improve usability of systems and designs. 

In 2016, Reilly won a prize for best presentation at the School of Psychology honours conference, and has since added to that with prizes at EPC 2017 & 2018 and CBMHR postgraduate conference 2017. 



  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), University of Newcastle


  • Cognitive Capacity
  • Cognitive Workload
  • Cognitive Workload Measurement
  • Detection Response Task
  • Discrete Choice Experiments
  • Modelling
  • Multiple Object Tracking

Fields of Research

Code Description Percentage
170299 Cognitive Sciences not elsewhere classified 50
179999 Psychology and Cognitive Sciences not elsewhere classified 50

Professional Experience

UON Appointment

Title Organisation / Department
Casual Academic University of Newcastle
School of Psychology



Year Award
2018 EPC 2018 Best Presentation
Australasian Experimental Psychology Society
2017 CBMHR Best Presentation
Centre for Brain and Mental Health Research
2017 EPC 2017 Best Presentation
Australasian Experimental Psychology Society
2016 School of Psychology Honours Conference Best Presentation
Faculty of Science | University of Newcastle | Australia

Mr Reilly Innes


Casual Academic
School of Psychology
Faculty of Science

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